ENERGY BALANCE ANALYSIS BETWEEN ENERGY CONSUMED FOR THE COMPRESSION OF ATMOSPHERIC AIR UP TO 200 BAR, AND THE ENERGY PRODUCED FROM ITS EXPANSION DOWN TO ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE ON NICHOLAS PITTAS’ PATENT ABOUT STORAGE AND CONTINUOUS PRODUCTION ENERGY SYSTEM
This paper provides the theoretical foundation the patents , of Nicholas Pittas related to storage and continuous production of energy via compressed air. Specifically, the energy balance between consumed energy, used for the compression of atmospheric air to high pressure and heat production within a specific number of stages, and the energy produced during the expansion of compressed air to atmospheric pressure. The heat produced is transported, via a thermal vector, to the expansion process to prevent ice formation in the .
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